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A man, a chef by trade, tires of working in hotels and restaurants and at the
urging of his wife interviews for a private chef position. He gets the
postion and the next year of his life begins. He is slowly pulled into a world where he
sees great wealth on a daily basis but is not treated as an equal by those he
works for. He has many run-ins with the other employees in the mansion, never
really connecting with any of them. Favorite recipes of the lady of the house
are included along with menus from some of the most outlandish parties given by
the couple. The chef is used and abused throughout the spring, summer and fall,
finally culminating with the winter party. To save his marriage and his soul,
the chef realizes that he can no longer work in that blood-sucking environment
and leaves the position.

Published: Trafford on
ISBN: 9781412235815
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